The bestselling bartending guide on the market is now in its tenth edition, and, still with twice the drink recipes of any other, remains the most comprehensive and user-friendly drink recipe book for the home and professional bartender.
What s new? Sake. And lots of it. Six pages of the rice-based beverage. Types, serving etiquette, flavor profiles, food matching, history and lore, and much more. There are 150 added drinks, including those in a new Low-Cal Concoctions section, an expanded glossary, and Robert M. Parker s updated Vintage Guide. The Bartender s Black Book is now even the most environmentally conscientious bar guide with tips on how to green your home and/or commercial bar.
Classic features: an index by ingredients, in-depth mixing instructions, metric conversion tables, a list of every possible garnish, sections on hot drinks, frozen drinks, beers, ales, lagers, and malternatives, and Cunningham s Glossary of Club, Restaurant and Bar Terms, and Slang. (Sample Below.)
Weisenheimer(n): slang, an obnoxious person; someone who thinks their banter is clever or humorous, even though others may not.
Wounded Soldier (n): a beer that has been opened, partially consumed and left to die. See Soldier, and Dead Soldier.